When people ask me how to cut their grocery budget, the very first tip I give them is to start shopping at Aldi! I recommend spending $100 per person in your household, so for my husband Jayme and I, our grocery budget is $200 a month. And to be honest, its not that hard shopping at Aldi! Aldi has so many incredible products and everything is such a great deal!!
Tortellini for 8 points!
I am a pasta girl and I was a little skeptical on buying their tortellini but it is so good! Aldi has both a refrigerated one and a
Parmesan Encrusted Chicken Tenders for 6 points!
Oh man are these good! I buy a bag almost every single week because my husband adores them. They are so versatile. We have them with Italian dishes, plain spaghetti, by them selves, and even in a homemade chicken parm sandwich!
Elevation Protein Powder for 3 points!
It comes in both vanilla and chocolate with 30g of protein in each serving. I am not a fan of mixing protein powder in just water or milk but I absolutely love smoothies! Blend up either one of these with some spinach, berries and a banana… perfect lunch or post workout snack!
Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk for 0 points!
Almond is a great replacement for cream or milk in your coffee for way less points! You can have 1/4 cup for 0 points! It is also delicious to cook with or have in your cereal!
CousCous for 6 points!
Aldi carries two kinds of CousCous Roasted Garlic and Herbs and Parmesan, both are amazing. I personally need a starch at all of my meals and CousCous is a great “healthier” starch, or at least I tell myself
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